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8/26/2017 3:12 PM

Osborne can pick a single digit career number. Looking at it quickly and not actually doing the math, it appears AC, Plessinger, and Savatgy will get to pick two-digit career numbers. I believe it's motocross points combined with Supercross points, right?

AC told Matthes he's taking 92.

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8/26/2017 3:22 PM

Savatgy already got his last year

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James = #7. Malcolm = #27
7/27=0.259259259259259259259
Stewart return confirmed!

8/26/2017 3:47 PM

Savatgy and AP both have career numbers, so Davalos and ???

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8/26/2017 3:47 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/26/2017 3:49 PM

Osborne can pick a one-digit. Cianciarulo can take a two-digit. That's it, no one else gets one this year.

Plessinger and Savatgy already have career numbers. Savatgy changed his from #37 to #17 last off season. Now, Plessinger could change his if he wants something other than #23, but I doubt he will.

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8/26/2017 3:48 PM

Osborne taking 8?

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8/26/2017 4:18 PM

TheOriginalPancakee wrote:

Osborne taking 8?

Looks like he's taking 8 and I'm happy about it. Been a little while since the 8 was on a bike.

Last guy to run it was Langston back in 2010.

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"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

8/26/2017 4:31 PM

I wish he would take 7 just so we can put the Stewart is coming back BS to rest.

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8/26/2017 7:03 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/26/2017 8:02 PM

The top 10 in combined points are
Tomac
Musquin
Osborne
Baggett
Cianciarulo
Seely
Wilson
Plessinger
J Martin
Savatgy


No one else is eligible for a new career number. Of these riders, only Cianciarulo is without a career number, so he can pick an unused 2-digit number. Osborne can pick a 1-digit number as a national championship.

Assuming that Osborne picks a 1-digit and vacates the 16, and AC goes with 92, Ferrandis (as the highest placed rider without a career number) will be assigned the 16 next year. McElrath will get the 24, and Davalos the 28.

*Edit: Wey will lose the 27, so Davalos will be 27.

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8/26/2017 7:06 PM

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8/26/2017 7:09 PM

TheOriginalPancakee wrote:

Osborne taking 8?

-MAVERICK- wrote:

Looks like he's taking 8 and I'm happy about it. Been a little while since the 8 was on a bike.

Last guy to run it was Langston back in 2010.

Yeah I haven't seen 8 in forever

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8/26/2017 7:59 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/26/2017 8:00 PM

By my calculations:

Assuming:
Wey loses #27
Short loses #29
Stewart loses #7
Pourcel loses #377
Osborne picks #8
Cianciarulo picks #92

Cooper Webb 2
Eli Tomac 3
Blake Baggett 4
Ryan Dungey 5
Jeremy Martin 6
Zach Osborne 8
Justin Brayton 10
Kyle Chisholm 11
Jake Weimer 12
Cole Seely 14
Dean Wilson 15
Dylan Ferrandis 16
Joey Savatgy 17
Davi Millsaps 18
Justin Bogle 19
Broc Tickle 20
Jason Anderson 21
Chad Reed 22
Aaron Plessinger 23
Shane Mcelrath 24
Marvin Musquin 25
Alex Martin 26
Martin Davalos 27
Mitchell Harrison 28
Colt Nichols 29
Justin Hill 30
Christian Craig 31
Weston Peick 32
Josh Grant 33
Austin Forkner 34
R.J. Hampshire 35
Fredrik Noren 36
Luke Renzland 37
Kyle Cunningham 38
Chase Sexton 39
Dakota Alix 40
Trey Canard 41
Sean Cantrell 42
Lorenzo Locurcio 43
Jordon Smith 44
Jimmy Decotis 45
Nick Gaines 46
Henry Miller 47
Dan Reardon 48
Malcolm Stewart 49
Mitchell Oldenburg 50
Justin Barcia 51
Bradley Taft 52
Phil Nicoletti 53
Vince Friese 54
Anthony Rodriguez 55
John Short 56
Matt Bisceglia 57
Cole Martinez 58
Benny Bloss 59
Heath Harrison 60
Justin Cooper 61
Hayden Mellross 62
Michael Mosiman 63
Gannon Audette 64
Cameron McAdoo 65
Justin Hoeft 66
Justin Starling 67
Tyler Bowers 68
Jesse Wentland 69
Steven Clarke 70
Jeffrey Herlings 71
Josh Mosiman 72
Joshua Hansen 73
Brandon Scharer 74
Jon Ames 75
Noah Mcconahy 76
Kyle Peters 77
Ryan Surratt 78
Ronnie Stewart 79
Toshiki Tomita 80
Killian Auberson 81
Dean Ferris 82
Nick Schmidt 83
AJ Catanzaro 84
Chase Marquier 85
Scott Champion 86
Cody Williams 87
Cole Thompson 88
Gustavo Souza 89
Joshua Cartwright 90
Dylan Merriam 91
Adam Cianciarulo 92
Dylan Wright 92
Paul Coates 93
Ken Roczen 94
Jerry Robin 95
Dakota Tedder 96
Alex Ray 97
Mark Worth 98
Joey Crown 99
Mike Alessi 800

16 points was enough to get a 2-digit number for 2018.

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8/26/2017 10:06 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/26/2017 10:25 PM

You can to drop Herlings, as he most likely raced using his FIM license.
Craig finished with more points than Hill.
Miller earned more points than Gaines.
And you have 92 listed twice with Cianciarulo and Wright

2018 projected #'s

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